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  1. Producers Arthur Hornblow and Edward Small bought the rights to the play for $450,000. The play was adjusted to emphasize the character of the defense barrister. Billy Wilder was signed to direct in April 1956. According to Wilder, when the producers approached Marlene Dietrich about the part, she accepted on the condition that Wilder direct.

  2. The affable Leonard Vole (Tyrone Power) is being tried for the murder of a wealthy woman, and legendary lawyer Sir Wilfrid Robarts (Charles Laughton) has chosen to represent him. Unfortunately ...

  3. Swing High, Swing Low is a 1937 American romantic comedy drama film directed by Mitchell Leisen and starring Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray.. It is the second film adaptation of the popular 1927 Broadway play Burlesque by George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins (after The Dance of Life (1929) and before When My Baby Smiles at Me (1948)).

  4. Arthur Hornblow Jr. Guion: John Van Druten Walter Reisch y John L. Balderston Basado en la obra de teatro homónima de Patrick Hamilton: Basada en: Luz de gas (obra de teatro) de Patrick Hamilton: Música: Bronislau Kaper: Sonido: Douglas Shearer Joe Edmondson: Maquillaje: Jack Dawn: Fotografía: Joseph Ruttenberg: Montaje: Ralph E. Winters ...

  5. Once the toned-down screenplay was finished and Clark Gable's comfort with it secured, producer Arthur Hornblow Jr. made his final casting decisions and "assembled an exceptional supporting cast" featuring Sidney Greenstreet, Adolphe Menjou and Edward Arnold, Keenan Wynn and the then "still-unknown Ava Gardner."

  6. Arthur Hornblow Jr. Starring: Gordon MacRae Gloria Grahame Gene Nelson Charlotte Greenwood Eddie Albert James Whitmore Rod Steiger Shirley Jones: Cinematography: Robert Surtees Floyd Crosby: Edited by: George Boemler Gene Ruggiero: Music by: Richard Rodgers: Color process: Eastman Color: Distributed by: Magna Theatre Corporation (70mm) RKO ...

  7. Small then announced he was developing the project with Arthur Hornblow Jr. and in 1955 Gina Lollobrigida was signed. United Artists agreed to distribute the following year. Small provided 75% of the film's anticipated $6 million budget, with United Artists provided 25%.